A video showing a clash between protesters and police on the Brooklyn Bridge on Saturday is now a key piece of evidence in an investigation.
Mayor Bill de Blasio was set to meet Wednesday with a group of protesters who are calling for change in city policies following the Eric Garner apparent chokehold death and subsequent grand jury decision.
Police said Monday that there are six more suspects being sought in an attack on two NYPD lieutenants during a protest at the Brooklyn Bridge this past Saturday.
During the protest, a fire alarm was pulled and the department store had to be evacuated.
Later Saturday, a silent protest and candlelight vigil organized as a social media movement aimed at uniting Jews and Arabs was expected to be held in Dag Hammarskjold Plaza near U.N. headquarters.
Demonstrators on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict gathered to make their voices heard at the Israeli Consulate on the East Side Wednesday.
Protesters came out in full force Tuesday as the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case pitting employers’ religious beliefs against the Affordable Care Act’s birth control mandate.
Acting Attorney General John Hoffman said the State Police is responsible for the safety and security of the governor and public at town hall meetings.
Gov. Chris Christie stood by as the protesters – some shouting “New Jersey deserves better” – were escorted out by police.
Protesters from New York City headed upstate Saturday to demonstrate against a squirrel-killing contest in the small town of Holley.
Three women who were arrested in a protest supporting the Russian punk band Pussy Riot have launched an attempt to overturn a New York state law forbidding wearing masks in public.
“Any invasion of Iran would be a repeat of what happened in Iraq,” said protester Corrine Willinger.
Protesters agreed to find other places to stay within two weeks, and to find an artisan who can make a replacement for the missing baptismal font lid if they don’t find it.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is getting mixed marks on his handling of the Occupy Wall Street protesters.
By far the largest group marched to the United Nations to demand that all New Yorkers, all 20 million residents, not just the 212 members of the legislature, be given a say on whether same sex marriage should be legal.